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Assigning the Local and Administrative Certificate

 

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Summary:

Assigning the local and administrative certificate for the Web UI.

Environment:

Product: LoadMaster

Version: Any

Platform: Any

Application: Any

Question/Problem Description:

We are installing new certs on the loadbalancer and want to know about assigning the cert to the local machine.

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If this is an HA pair, you will need to specify the Administrative Certificate and specify the Local Machine Certificate from each unit.

 

The Administrative Certificate is the certificate that will be used for the Shared IP.

The Local Machine Certificate is the per partner IP certificate.

The Local Cert will need to be specified on each individual LoadMaster.

 

If this is a standalone unit, you will simply need to specify the Administrative Certificate within Certificates & Security > SSL Certificates.

 

These changes will not cause an issue with the virtual services.

No reboot would need to be required when making this change.

 

We always recommend creating a fresh backup configuration file before making any changes to the LoadMaster.

To do this in the web interface of the LoadMaster, you can go to System Configuration > System Administration > Backup/Restore > Create Backup File

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